Fast Cars: 2016 Chevy Malibu vs 2014 Malibu: Old vs New Mashup Review

Fast Cars: 2016 Chevy Malibu vs 2014 Malibu: Old vs New Mashup Review

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43 Replies to “Fast Cars: 2016 Chevy Malibu vs 2014 Malibu: Old vs New Mashup Review”

  1. I have a 2014 Malibu LT Eco 2.5L that I bought new for $18,423 in June 2014, now have (Jan 2019) 28,800 miles and the only complaint I have is the road noise. Great mpg and nice ride. First new vehicle since a new 1974 F150.

  2. So going from a 2.5 liter engine to a 1.5 liter engine only improves fuel economy by 1 MPG what a joke! Plus that smaller engine has to work way harder so it definitely won't last too long! And I can't believe you can no longer add fog lights to the Malibu! Also I heard the cloths seats are super uncomfortable and unsupportive and wear out fast! I'll probably get a Toyota instead!

  3. The 2014 comes with a 2.5l na or a 2.0 turbo with 300hp
    Also the ltz is faster than the LT and ls
    Also they didnt redesign the malibu they made it into a smaller impala and the impala didnt look as good so this malibu is just ugly

  4. My 2016 Chevrolet Malibu Limited which still has the 2.5 L, which is actually the reason I was sold on it versus shelling a turbo. Gets zero to 60 way Way way better than 10 point Whatever seconds. I don’t know if it’s had terrifica tune or if there’s a different cam or evhaust work done but I’m hitting 0-60 at eight or so seconds 0 to 60?

  5. Since this video as been recorded when the new generation just shows up in 2016, you can't mention that this new 1.5L Turbo is now known to be EXTREMELY unreliable with A LOT of "melted pistons" issues so as many other major issues. I were on the market for buying a brand new Malibu but after searching online (this is why I found this video), I am now sure to go with a used car of previous generation (2015-) instead of ever getting the new gen… the older generation have a pretty good reliability reputation when the new generation is a total nightmare so far (for 2 years now!). I really want to believe that GM can build reliable cars, but once again they demonstrate that they have no expertise in building small turbocharged engines (reference to older 1.4 turbo who's is extremely unreliable too), however as for the normally aspired small engines (Ecotec 1.8L, 2.2L (older) and 2.4L), they are pretty good engines!

  6. Rather get a new fusion there so much better looking interior/exterior as well as reliable as long as you keep up with maintainence my cousins 2014 fusion has 178k and still running like a dream

  7. im sorry but the new Malibu is just not as looking as the out going one. i also hate the new stop and start system. I have a 2010 Chevy impala which she has been very reliable with almost 200k miles on her and no major problems. The new Impala is too big i wanted something smaller. Unfortunately i am all about my American Brand Vehicles but just can't do it with the new Malibu. Also it just has no pickup.

  8. For the 14 Malibu u got a cheap LS, I can tell by the raido my dad has a 2013 Malibu Eco when 'Eco' was a model, u should of done '13 Malibu LTZ Vs '16 Malibu Premier.

  9. Behold the ugliest Chevy ever the Chevy Malibu 2016

    Seriously the new Malibu is ugly plus I've only seen a handful of them HELL EVEN THE CHEVY SS LOOKS BETTTER! Screw this buy the ss or a fusion or a Camry OR THE HONDA MATES

    -this is steam Ranger2017 hating the Chevy Malibu since 2016

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